Department of Education
Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degree
Major in Educational Diagnostician (Standard Professional Certificate)
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Instructional Programming for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
Teaching Secondary Students with Mild Disabilities in Inclusive Classrooms
Click on the link to see what the Masters Degree Program for Educational Diagnostician consists of.
Completion of 36 semester hours:
Students may obtain a masters degree in Educational Diagnostician or Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Special Education upon completion of 36 semester hours. If a masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Special Education is chosen, an additional 6 hours can be completed for educational diagnostician certification. You must pass a comprehensive exam based on coursework and your state-mandated proficiency test(s) to be a certified diagnostician.
Students who have not taken EPSY 6322 and/or 6374 at WTAMU must give evidence of competency in diagnosis and prescription by successfully completing a case study. Two years teaching experience in a public or private accredited school and successful completion of a state test is required for certification.
Click on the link to learn about the Special Education Core Course Descriptions.